TOUR COST: $5,800 + $850 FOR SINGLE ROOM = $6,650


Your reservation is confirmed when you send your $1,000 Nonrefundable Deposit.
Payment in full is required by January 15, 2020 for all participants



Optional Osiris Shaft Entry requires a minimum of 15 people





Day 1 Saturday, March 7 Arrival, Introductory Meeting & Welcome Dinner Le Meridien Airport Hotel, Cairo (D)

Day 2 Sunday, March 8 Flight to Aswan, Felucca to Elephantine Island Helnan Hotel, Aswan (B,L)

Day 3 Monday, March 9 Aswan Quarry & Temple of Isis at Philae Jaz Regency 5-star Nile Cruise (B,L,D)

Day 4 Tuesday, March 10 Nile Cruise, Kom Ombo & afternoon Lectures Jaz Regency 5-Star Nile Cruise (B,L,D)

Day 5 Wednesday, March 11 Edfu, Lecture & Karnak Temple Jaz Regency 5-Star Nile Cruise (B,L,D)

Day 6 Thursday, March 12 Valley of the Kings, Ramesseum, the Colossi of Memnon & Luxor Temple at Night Maritim Jolie Ville Kings Island Resort, Luxor (B,L)

Day 7 Friday, March 13 Temple of Seti I & Osirieon at Abydos Maritim Jolie Ville Kings Island Resort, Luxor (B,L)

Day 8 Saturday, March 14 Temple of Hathor at Dendera Maritim Jolie Ville Kings Island Resort, Luxor (B,L)

Day 9 Sunday, March 15 Flight Back to Cairo and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo Marriott Mena House Hotel, Giza (B,L)

Day 10 Monday, March 16 PRIVATE VISIT to Abu Roash (Optional Osiris shaft entry in the morning) Marriott Mena House Hotel (B,L)

Day 11 Tuesday, March 17 Step Pyramid, Healing Hospital, Unas Pyramid Entry & Serapeum at Saqqara Marriott Mena House Hotel, Giza (B.L)

Day 12 Wednesday, March 18 Tanis Overnight Marriott Mena House (B,L)

Day 13 Thursday, March 19 Valley Temple & Sphinx, PRIVATE VISIT Inside the Great Pyramid & Farewell Dinner Le Meridien Airport (B,D)

Day 14 Friday, March 20 International Flights Home

Detailed Itinerary:
Day 1 Saturday, March 7 Arrival, Intro Meeting & Dinner
A transfer representative will meet you at the airport to assist you with entry formalities, and guide you to the elegant 5-Star Le Meridien Airport Hotel. We will all enjoy a Welcome Dinner together followed by a meeting for introductions and surprises! Overnight Le Meridien Airport Hotel, Cairo (D)

Day 2 Sunday, March 8 Flight to Aswan, Felucca to Elephantine Island
After an early breakfast we’ll board our flight to Aswan, where we will take a Felucca (Egyptian Sail Boat) to Elephantine Island to explore the site that was dedicated to the Neter, Khnum, who was the “master of the mysteries of water”. Scattered throughout this site we find many remnants displaying the superior technologies of pre-dynastic times. The artwork still present is simply stunning. We will discuss the theory that the Ark of the Covenant was once hidden on this island on its journey south to Ethiopia, where many believe it is now.Elephantine-6
Afterwards we’ll check into our rooms at the fabulous 5-Star Helnan Hotel and enjoy a buffet lunch. Overnight, Helnan Hotel, Aswan (B,L)

Day 3 Monday, March 9 Full Moon! Optional Abu Simbel, Aswan Quarry & Temple of Isis at PhilaeYou will have the option to travel, very early in the morning, individually, or as a group to the magnificent Temples of Ramses II and his Queen Nefertari at Abu Simbel on the banks of Lake Nasser.Everyone else will take a motor boat around Elephantine Island and have the opportunity to swim in the Nile! We’ll check into our rooms on the luxurious 5-Star Alyssa Nile Cruise and have lunch. This afternoon we’ll explore the famous Aswan quarry that is home to the 1,200 ton Unfinished Obelisk, that only a handful of cranes worldwide could lift today.You will see evidence of several different methods of quarrying stone that can be dated to different time periods and civilizations.Afterwards, will take a motorboat to the enchanting Island of Philae, and the powerful Temple of Auset (Isis). Auset is associated with the ancients’ most highly revered star, Sirius. The annual rising of Sirius was synonymous with the flooding of the River Nile, which left huge deposits of silt, the very valuable black earth or “KMT” (Khemit) for which Egypt was named. She is usually depicted wearing the throne, or “seat of power”, reflecting the matriarchal nature of the very ancient civilization. After sharing some of the highlights of this site together, you will have time to explore its captivating wonders on your own.Overnight Jaz Regency 5-Star Nile Cruise (B,L,D)

Day 4 Tuesday, March 10 Nile Cruise, Kom Ombo & Afternoon Lectures
After breakfast we’ll set sail on our spectacular Cruise on the Nile and enjoy viewing the lush countryside and life along the river’s banks, much of which appears as it did thousands of years ago!
We will stop at Kom Ombo, beside the Nile, where we’ll visit the twin temples dedicated to the crocodile Neter, Sobek and Horus, the Elder. We will discuss the aspects of nature and our cosmos represented by the Neteru and how they relate to awakening our senses and raising our levels of awareness. We will speak of the powerful initiations that were once practiced here, and how we can tap into the profound and self-empowering lessons experienced here by the ancients. You will also have the opportunity to view depictions of various medical instruments and alchemical healing practices. After enjoying a buffet lunch together, we’ll enjoy an afternoon of Lectures presented by Brien & Patricia. Your evening will be free to enjoy the amenities on-board our cruise ship. Overnight Luxury M/S Jaz Regency Cruise Ship (B,L,D)

Day 5 Wednesday, March 11 Edfu Temple, Lecture and Karnak Temple
This morning we will visit the Temple of Horus at Edfu, one of the most well preserved temples in Egypt. This temple, that embodies many mysteries, was built during Ptolemaic times on a site of a far more ancient temple.Afterwards, we’ll set sail for Luxor, and Suzan will present a Lecture. After lunch we will depart to explore the incredible Temple of Karnak, the world’s largest temple. One can never have enough time to fully explore all the riches of Karnak, where we will spend the entire morning. An avenue of ram-headed sphinxes leads us into the gigantic complex, which includes temples dedicated to Amun, a Neter representing an aspect or stage of the Sun, and Khonsu, who represents the Moon.KarnakIn the open air museum we will have time to enter the chapel of Amenhotep I, which is completely made by Alabaster and has amazing resonance! We will visit the powerful Chapel of Sekhmet.
Sekhmet personifies the solar rays that provide the electromagnetic energy required to sustain life and the earth’s grid. As the lioness, she symbolizes the powerful and fierce, yet protective love, akin to that of any mother. Sekhem , means “power” and Sekhmet is the magnetic spark that provides the necessary ‘energy to perform what we have been told are mystical, magical and powerful feats, including the healing of the physical body. She is the Life Force. Be prepared to experience a morning you will never forget!Sekhmet pageThe powerful sacred geometric design and natural elements of the architecture itself has the ability to transform and raise levels of awareness and consciousness as you walk through this and other structures all over the world, designed to harness the natural magnetic current emanating from the earth at these powerful sites.Afterwards we will have time for shopping before enjoying supper together on the cruise ship. Overnight M/S Jaz Regency Cruise Ship (B,L,D)

Day 6 Thursday, March 12 Valley of the Kings, Ramesseum, the Colossi of Memnon & Luxor Temple at Night
You will have the opportunity to enjoy an optional early morning Hot Air Balloon ride over the West Bank.Luxor Museum 4After breakfast we will all embark on our exploration of the sites on the West Bank including the Valley of the Kings, the Ramesseum, and the Colossi of Memnon. First we visit the Valley of the Kings where we will view some of the ancient tombs filled with beautifully symbolic artwork. Next we’re off to visit the megalithic Rameseum. After a relaxing lunch and a stop at the Colossi of Memnon check into our rooms on the Incredible Maritim Jolie Ville Kings Island Resort.Maritim-Jolie-Ville-1
Optional afternoon visit to the Luxor Museum or free time to enjoy the amenities of the Jolie Ville Resort.
Luxor-Museum-pageWe will explore the mysteries of the enigmatic Luxor Temple in the early evening. Linked to Karnak Temple by the Avenue of Sphinxes, Luxor Temple utilizes similar patterns of sacred geometry in its design.Luxor TempleAfter 15 years of intense study, Alchemist, R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz, called the Luxor Temple- “The Temple of Man” , in a book in which explored the connectedness of ancient Egyptian philosophy, spirituality, mathematics, and science. Lubicz’s theory that the Luxor Temple was designed to replicate all aspects of Man (body, mind and spirit), is well documented and has gained support from many alternative researchers, including John Anthony West. Overnight, Maritim Jolie Ville Kings Island Resort, Luxor (B,L)

Day 7 Friday, March 13 Temple of Seti I & Osirieon at Abydos
We will leave directly after breakfast to drive to Abydos for our visit the Seti I Temple, and the very ancient Osirieon Temple. We will discuss the symbolism as we view the masterful craftsmanship of the beautiful depictions that cover the walls of the ancient Seti I temple, that is dedicated to Osiris.
Behind this Temple lies the megalithic Osirieon, similar to the Valley Temple in Giza, that the indigenous tell us is 35,000-50,000 years old or more. It is here that several depictions of the Flower of Life can been seen on the huge pillars. Local villagers claim that the water that accumulates in this structure has valuable healing properties. Afterwards we’ll depart for Luxor and enjoy a buffet dinner at the Jolie Ville together. Overnight Maritim Jolie Ville, Luxor (B,L D)

Day 8 Saturday, March 14 Temple of Hathor at Dendera & Flight Back to Cairo
After our buffet breakfast, we’ll drive to Dendera to visit the incredible Temple of Hathor. Star maps depicted on the ceilings in this temple, and the replica of famous Dendera Zodiac (the original is displayed at the Louvre in Paris) point to the ancient origins of astrology and superior knowledge of our universe. Hathor (Het-Hert), the Neter who personified motherhood, beauty, sexuality, love, joy, harmony, dance and music was often associated with the planet, Venus. She was known as the Lady of the Stars, and represented the nurturing solar food of the Sun’s rays, required for birth, growth and renewal. What other secrets lie within this magnificent structure? We’ll return to Luxor to have lunch. We’ll check into our rooms at the fabulous Mena House Resort, now owned by Marriott. Evening free. Mena House Hotel, Giza (B,L)

Day 9 Sunday, March 15 Flight to Cairo and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo
This morning we’ll fly back to Cairo and visit the world famous Egyptian Museum where you will see many amazing artifacts collected from sites all over Egypt, including the gold sarcophagus & jewelry on display at the King Tut Exhibit. Among the many artifacts that we will point out that show evidence of an ancient superior technology, is the ‘Schist Disk’—(which Suzan has informed us may not be Schist after all), made famous by Hakim’s observation that it may have been a bio-organic sound device.The main attraction will be the first exhibition of the full tomb collection of King Tutankhamun. This collection includes about 5000 items that are being relocated from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Many other artifacts are being brought from locations and museums in Luxor, Minya, Sohag, Assiut, Beni Suef, Fayoum, the Delta, and Alexandria.We’ll have a typical Egyptian lunch and then check into our rooms at the luxurious Marriott Mena Hotel.
Evening free. Marriott Mena House Hotel, Giza (B,L)

Day 10 Monday, April 15 Private visits to Abu Roash (Optional Osiris shaft entry in the morning)
Optional visit to the famous Osiris Shaft on the Giza Plateau. This is not for the meek of heart !
Was it really a tomb, and if not…..what was this amazing structure, hidden within the depths of the Plateau, along the causeway of the Middle Pyramid that some say is the most ancient Pyramid on the Giza Plateau?
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Cost for this experience will be $200.00 per person for a minimum of 15 people.
We will all meet for lunch followed by our Official Private Permissions to explore the rarely visited site of Abu Roash.
Abu Roash is the site of Egypt’s northernmost pyramid, also known as the lost pyramid. Originally, it was thought that this pyramid had never been completed, but the current archaeological consensus is that not only was it completed, but that it was built about the same size as the Pyramid of Menkaure – the third largest of the Giza pyramids.One notable fact about the pyramid at Abu Roash is that the upper most part of the pyramid has seemingly disappeared, revealing the internal passage that runs down into the bedrock. Explanations to why this pyramid is missing its top vary. The second point of interest that this pyramid provides is that it is built on top of a high mound. The builders faced the colossal task of not only hauling megalithic stones up a pyramid but also up the tall hill.
Overnight, Marriott Mena House Hotel, Giza (B,L)

Day 11 Tuesday, March 17 Step Pyramid, Healing Hospital, Unas Pyramid Entry & Serapeum at Saqqara
After an early Breakfast we will travel by motor coach to the ancient site of Saqqara, home of the Step Pyramid attributed to King Zjoser.

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The Sound Healing Hospital and the Mirror
We will visit the Sound Healing Hospital to experience the still active healing frequencies of this ancient site and discuss the many references to the importance of balancing the polarized energies within and without. You will also be able to try your hand at using these energies to create change within your life. What does Imhotep represent – and how can we become architects of energy?Saqqara PatriciaThe ancients understood that healing is more than just the curing symptoms. It requires and interactive process wherein the patient must also discover where they are “out of Maat” or balance, within. Patricia will guide you through the Mirror, a device created with this purpose in mind, offering you an opportunity to experience your own reflection.Next will visit and enter the newly opened Unas, or ‘Wenis’ Pyramid where we will find the earliest Egyptian funerary texts, known as the Pyramid Texts. Gaston Maspero created the concept that these beautifully crafted texts consisted of magic spells intended to assist with the pharaoh’s journey through the Duat and into the afterlife. However, today we can discern many alchemical secrets about the nature of our reality within them.
The Serapeam Another highlight of our day will be a visit to the newly opened Serapeum, a huge subterranean complex. A long hallway that runs in east/west directions is flanked by chambers that house gigantic, highly crystalline stone boxes. Many believe that Bulls associated with the Apis Bull cult were buried in them. However, no bulls or human bodies were found in any of these huge boxes which were made with an extremely advanced technology. When excavated in 1852, all twenty-four boxes, weighing 60-80 tons, had been plundered. Their lids had been pried loose and the contents taken. Our collective research shows that these boxes are far more ancient than the writings found on and around them, and were an integral part of a huge energy device. You need to view all the elements for yourself to truly fathom how it may have functioned. Overnight Marriott Mena House Hotel, Giza (B.L)

Day 12 Wednesday, March 18 Tanis
After breakfast, we will leave in our motor coach to visit the remote site of Tanis. In the 1981 film Raiders of the Lost Ark, Tanis was said to be the resting place of the Ark of the Covenant, which was hidden in a secret chamber called the Well of Souls. There are ruins of a number of temples, including the chief temple dedicated to Amun, and a very important royal necropolis of the Third Intermediate Period. More than 90% of this huge site still lies beneath the sands, making it appear to be as large or larger than Karnak temple in Upper Egypt.
We’ll drive back to Cairo and enjoy a free evening. Overnight Marriott Mena House, Giza (B,L)

Day 13 Thursday, March 19 Valley Temple & Sphinx, PRIVATE VISIT Inside the Great Pyramid & Farewell Dinner
Your morning will be free with Lunch on your own before checking out of the Mena House and departing for our afternoon on the Giza Plateau. First we will explore Valley Temple, with its alabaster floor and huge, intricately laid blocks—precisely placed together like puzzle pieces. We will point out and discuss the many “smoking guns” that exist within and outside this amazing temple. Right next to the temple we’ll find Tefnut, the Sphinx reclining within her ancient limestone bedrock enclosure. We’ll discuss why we believe that she is far more ancient than is widely accepted…and the significance of what she is aligned with.
Next we’ll leave for our Special Private Visit inside the Great Pyramid.
We will enjoy 2 hours of Private time and have the opportunity to explore all three chambers. Afterwards, we will have our Farewell Dinner at the Pyramids Restaurant.
Drive to airport Le Meridien. End of tour. (B,D)

Day 14 Friday, March 20 International Flights Home (B)
Saturday March 21st Flight to Ben Gurion Airport, Jerusalem, Israel (for those going on the extension to Israel)



Tour Price: $5,800.00 per person in a double room.
Optional Single Room Supplement: $850.00
NOTE: This is the additional amount you will pay if you choose to have your own private room throughout the journey.
Please fill out our Registration Form found at this link:
Your reservation is confirmed when you send your $1,000.00 Nonrefundable Deposit.
(Payment in full is required by January 15, 2020 for all participants)

Optional Osiris Shaft Entry will cost $200.00 per person (minimum of 15 people)


1. Airport ‘Meet & Greet’ and assistance with transfer to our Hotel
2. Domestic flights in Egypt: Cairo/Aswan and Luxor/Cairo
3. 5-Star hotels in Aswan, Giza and Luxor, including daily buffet breakfast, hotel taxes and service charges
4. Five-Star Cruise ship, including shore excursions, and all meals
5. Meals included when not on the cruise: 8 lunches, 2 dinners
6. Baggage handling at airport and hotels
7. Pre-paid gratuities for your cruise staff
8. Visits to temples and monument sites, including transportation and entrance fees
9. Brien Foerster and Suzan Moore as your Featured Speakers
10. Patricia Awyan Lehman as your Hostess and Speaker
11. Mohamed A Fahmy as your English Speaking Egyptologist and Tour Guide
12. Water and Snacks during road trips

– Roundtrip international airfares

– $25.00 Egypt Tourist Visa to be obtained upon your arrival at the airport in Cairo for citizens of America, Canada or the UK. Please check with Patricia at to inquire about visa requirements for all other nationalities.

(Easily obtainable for most travellers on arrival at Cairo International Airport)

–Travel & Health Insurance (recommended)

– Meals not included (As indicated in the itinerary)

– Personal items (Such as laundry, beverages during meals, internet service on the cruise ship and telephone calls or any item not listed on the itinerary)

-Tipping for Tour Guide


All travelers need a passport valid for at least six months after the date of entering the country.
You are only permitted to travel with one checked bag, up to 50 lbs and 2 small bags on Domestic flights within Egypt.

Reservation and Cancellation Policies
Reservation and Payment
A non-refundable deposit of $1,000.00 per person will be required at the time of booking. To insure your reservation, final payment will be due 45 days prior the departure dates from your Country. It is the responsibility of the traveler (or agent) to determine that final payment reaches us on time. Bookings made within 30 days of departure date, will require full and final payment immediately upon booking. No booking will be considered until final deposit is received by the Tour Operator. Payments are to be made via Bank Transfer. Any fees charged will be the responsibility of the sender. Please inquire about this before you make your bank transaction.
Cancellation and Refunds
Due to high preparation costs, cancellations must be received in writing within 45 days of travel date. Cancellations received more than 30 days prior to departure will have a penalty of $1,000.00 (your deposit) per person; those received between 30 and 25 days will have a penalty of 50% per person; those received between 25 and 20 days will have a penalty of 75% per person. Cancellations received 20 days or less before departure will receive no refund. No refund will be made for transfers, city tours or any other services (including meals, accommodations or transportation) voluntarily not taken.
This itinerary is subject to changes in sequence in order to adapt to possible alterations in domestic flight times or other unforeseen circumstances. The content will remain the same, barring any unanticipated complications, and will include many delightful extras and surprises.

Please contact Ildi Budai at with any questions.